Before you visit your doctor, have an idea in mind of where you want to go and for how long so they can advise you accurately.
Be sure to research your chosen destination first and make sure it’s baby-friendly. Look up whether there are any security risks, if there are any air-born diseases going around, and make a decision about whether it’s worth it.
If you’re anxious, structured, extra cautious, then it might not be a great idea for you to travel with a baby. Perhaps start off slow, with short trips away so you can test it. The last thing you want to do is put time, energy and money into a travel experience and hate it.
If you feel they have a relaxed temperament and love to hang out with you all day, then travel may work well for them. If they’re a bit cranky and love a bit of structure and routine they may not be so suited.
Bring all the essentials like diapers, wipes, formula/breast milk, extra clothes, and blankets. Don’t forget to pack their favorite toys or comfort item to keep them entertained.